Above left: Exterior verandah at Luke Sciberras home in Hill End, NSW / Above right: Luke Sciberras in his studio.
Above left: Luke Sciberras at work in his studio / Above right: A glimpse of the corner in the dining room, with layers of art and seasonal produce.
Above left: The layered kitchen with collections of art and antique pieces of kitchenalia / Above right: A dried hydrangea from the garden.
Above left: The dining room with collected old rustic chairs and pieces of interest, including a crocodile skull from Alice Springs, Northern Territory / Above right: A shelf in the kitchen with old green glasses and pieces of art, including an etching of an octopus by Luke Sciberras.
Above: A collection of animal skulls collected in the bush and on the side of the road.
Above left: The bedroom of Luke Sciberras / Above right: Bathroom details with a collection of old mirrors and old leather belts.
Above left: The wintery living room and fireplace made from old pieces of broken crockery / Above right: A glimpse into the living room with a collection of flowers picked from he garden.